اخوانى مشرفين و اعضاء منتدانا الرائع هذا .. بعد التحية ،،
ارجو منكم افادتى بخصوص ملف Boot.ini الخاص بتشغيل الويندوز
الملف مكتوب فيه :
[boot loader]ما هى اوامر هذا الملف التى تكتب مثل nonexecute ، /fastdetect/
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Micro soft Windows XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect
و هل توجد اوامر اخرى مثلهم و ما فائدة كل امر منهم او فيما استخدمه ؟؟؟
ارجو منكم افادتى سريعاً بشأن هذا السؤال
You should understand the function of each part of the Boot.ini file before you
modify it. Understanding the components of the file and their functions will
enable you to safely edit the file.
Components of the Boot.ini File
The Boot.ini file is comprised of two sections:
! The [boot loader] section, which contains the time-out setting and the path
to the default operating system.
! The [operating systems] section, which contains paths to each operating
system that is installed on the computer.
If you perform a new installation of, or upgrade to, Windows XP
Professional, and there are no other operating systems on the computer, the
Boot.ini file will contain only an entry for the Windows XP Professional
operating system. If you install Windows XP Professional in a dual-boot
configuration, there will be an entry for each operating system.
The Ntldr file uses the information in the Boot.ini file to display the options on
the Please Select an Operating System to Start menu.
The Boot.ini file uses Advanced RISC Computing (ARC) paths to point to the
partition(s) on which the operating system(s) reside. The following are
examples of ARC paths:
SCSI(0)disk(1)rdisk(0)partition(1)\Windows=Microso ft Windows
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(1)partition(2)\Windows=Micros oft Windows
The following table contains a description of each part of the naming path.
Scsi(x) Specifies a SCSI controller on which the SCSI BIOS is not
enabled. The x represents a number that indicates the load order of
Controller numbering begins at 0.
Multi(x) Specifies any controller other than one that uses the SCSI(x)
convention, defined in this table. The x represents a number that
indicates the load order of the controller.
Disk The SCSI ID. For multi, the y value for Disk is always 0. For
SCSI, it identifies the disk on which the operating system resides.
Rdisk(z) The number that identifies the disk on which the operating
Partition(a) Specifies the partition on which the operating system resides.
You can add a number of switches to the [operating system] entries in the
Boot.ini file. The following table contains the most commonly used switches
and their functions.
/basevideo Boots the computer by using the standard VGA video driver. Use this witch to start Windows XP Professional if a video driver is not functioning, and then change the driver while you are logged on.
/bootlog Enables boot logging to Ntbtlog.txt in the systemroot folder. For more information about boot logging, see Windows XP Professional Help.
/debug Loads the Windows kernel debugger when you start Windows XP Professional.
/fastdetect=[com |comx,y,z] Included with every entry by default, this switch disables serial mouse detection when a port is specified, and disables peripheral detection on all COM ports when a port is not specified.
/maxmem:n Specifies the amount of RAM that Windows XP Professional uses. Use this switch when you suspect that a memory chip is corrupted. (Where n is the amount of RAM in the computer in KB.)
/noguiboot Boots the computer without displaying the graphical boot status.
/safeboot:parameter Forces the computer to start in safe mode by using the specified parameters. These startup options are also available by pressing the F8 key when prompted at startup.
/sos Displays device drivers as they are being loaded. Use this switch if you suspect that a startup problem is caused by a corrupted driver.
i hope my info helped you to understand the boot.ini files
source: MOC Windows XP course 2272B